Friday, November 18, 2011

" Tri - Shapes " - Weekly Challenge #48

Our guest Challenger this week is 'the lovely and talented' Sue Clark, who says:  "Three basic shapes (circle, square, and triangle) when combined, can be used to create a string.  Just like the infinite possibilities of putting tangle patterns together, using these 3 shapes together and altering their size and placement on the tile would create infinite possibilities for a string idea.  I thought it would be fun to also 'tri' all new tangles (ones you have never tried before)."

Good one, Sue!!  And here is my attempt at this challenge.....

ZIA - Sakura Micron Black #'s 01, 02, 08; graphite shading.

Tangles:  Fish, Flux, Kandysnake, Sea Shell and.... the tangle around the triangle (which I created but have not given it a name yet).

Thank you for visiting....
.....and happy tangling.

12 comments:

  1. WOW! This is really beautiful! I love what you did with the string and the tangles you used.

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  2. Love how you actually did the triangle string with a tangle!

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  3. This is great, I love your use of white space and your tangling is wonderful. I really enjoy your new banner very Maria-like. Wonderful examples!

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  4. Your fan in the circle adds a fantastic oriental effect Tricia and love the triangle.

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  5. Like how you positioned the triangle and the white spaces and love the tangles you used in the circle. Well done!!!

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  6. This is really beautiful. Fabulous.
    Lovely greet
    Marja

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  7. Great interpretation - I particularly like how you changed scale of your background pattern as it filled the triangle! Your circle fills are really pretty too - excellent work! (btw, you mention kandysnake, but it looks more like coaster to me - isn't kandysnake more alternating arches and "snakey"?)

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  8. Thank you for your comments.

    Terrie, you may be correct about the kandysnake/coaster tangle. My sketchbook has so many variations (tanglations) that I sometimes confuse myself. I'll check out the "Tangle Patterns" site for clarification.
    Thank you.
    Tricia

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  9. I think you should call that pattern "weeds" :0) xo S

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